Gambit (quick movie review)
How the hell did somebody screw up a movie starring Colin Firth, Stanley Tucci and Alan Rickman and featuring a Cohen Brothers screenplay? OK, Cameron Diaz’s atrocious southern accent isn’t helping, but it’s not the reason Gambit is terrible. Seriously, it’s in so bad it’s good/worst movies ever territory – I’m going to have to give it more thought to see if it gets anointed to such status. It’s that bad.
The pacing and story is shockingly loathsome! Colin Firth and Cameron Diaz insanely miscast! It’s a comedy/face that forgets to include actual comedy and farce! The one farcel scene is completely out of place (and suffers from some of the worst timing ever in a movie) in a by the numbers comedy that desperately wants to be an outside of the box/cutting edge caper movie!
This movie couldn’t be more awkward is Gambit from the X-Men made a cameo! These people thought they were making the farce version of Oceans Eleven, which may well be the worst idea for a movie EVER! Even people who think Colin Firth poops platinum will hate this movie.
Its. That. BAD!
Anyway, I didn’t like it and I don’t recommend that anyone else ever watches Gambit ever for the rest of human history.
Posted on July 21, 2014, in movie review and tagged Alan Rickman, cameron diaz, Colin Firth, ethan coen, gambit, joel coen, movie review, movies, quick movie review, so bad its good, Stanley Tucci, the Cohen Brothers, the worst movies ever, Tom Courtenay. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.